Tulip Festivals In and Around Our Display Locations
Spring is the time when flowers begins to bloom everywhere and nature wakes up from its wintery hibernation.
Its a time to celebrate and take in nature’s bounty and tulips are a fitting example of the beauty of spring. Edenlite supports the Tulip Festivals happening in or around their display locations in New Zealand and Australia.
Tulips flower between September and October and you can view them at the locations listed below. Drop in to experience a riot of colors, as well as take in the tranquility of the garden spaces and view our display Greenhouses and Glasshouses.
Eden Gardens Auckland
Eden Gardens Tulips Festival was in early September and we have shared some tulip photos from the Tulips festival on our Facebook page.
The festival might be over but the tulips will be on display till the end of September, so do not miss the opportunity and drop in for a walk or picnic.
For more information about Eden Gardens, click here.
Rotorua Tulips Festival – 5th to 8th October
Click here to stay updated on the Rotorua tulip festival, confirmed as happening in early October.
Van Eeden Tulips Ltd – Invercargill
No festival on at Van Eeden Gardens but you could always drop in and view their spectacular range of tulips.
Tesselars Melbourne – 14 September to 15 OCtober
The Tesselar Tulip Festival will be on from 14 September to 15 October this year.
More information about the festival can be found here.
Canberra – 16 September to 15 October
If you are in the Canberra area you could drop in to Tulip Top Gardens between 16 September to 15 October for the tulip festival.
Experience a 10 acre garden of magnificent tulips and also other spring flowers. Information on how to get there can be found here.
Stanley, Tasmania – 22 September to 22 October
The Table Cape tulip farm have announced the dates for their Tulips Festival. These are Saturday 22nd September – Sunday 22nd October.
Walk through hectares of tulips that flower for one month every spring and also witness the magnificence of field after field of tulips.